How can I transfer a domain name to another registrar?
A domain can only be transferred if it is 60 days or older, has not been transferred within the last 60 days, has Whois Privacy disabled, and has been unlocked in your account. Once those steps are complete, you can initiate the transfer. [More]
Can I transfer a domain name to another person with a Name.com account?
Yes, you can transfer a domain within Name.com to another Name.com account to delegate or transfer its ownership. These transfers are free and instantaneous. [More]
How can I transfer a domain name to another host?
If you have a domain at one registrar but hosting at another, you can still point your hosting plan to the correct domain by updating your name servers with whichever registrar your domain is at. [More]
What does it cost to transfer a domain?
The price of transferring a domain name depends on the extension, but it normally costs less than the standard renewal price. It also includes a one year registration extension for any transferred domains older than 45 days old and free Advanced Security, which consists of Domain Lock Plus, Whois Privacy, and an SSL certificate. [More]
How long does a domain transfer take?
If you are transferring to Name.com, the time it takes will depend on the registrar you are leaving. If transferring away from Name.com, it takes around 5 to 7 days. However, if you reach out to the losing registrar they can usually expedite the process. [More]
Still having trouble? Visit our Knowledge Base for a comprehensive guide to your domain transfer.
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